Flowe Technologies co-founder and CEO Jim Makoso has been appointed to the Washington State Social Equity in Cannabis Task Force.
In addition to co-founding and leading Flowe Technologies as CEO, Makoso is also the director of the Lucid Lab Group, vice-chair of the NCIA Scientific Advisory Committee and serves on various boards and committees around the country in addition to volunteering in his community.
“I am humbled and honored to be appointed to this Task Force by Speaker Jinkins and Lieutenant Governor Heck,” Makoso said. “The opportunity to help Washington state drive equity and inclusion in our state industry is a top priority for me personally and reflects the priorities and values we try to instill in our businesses.”
The Social Equity in Cannabis Task Force is responsible for making recommendations to the Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) to establish a social equity program for the issuance and reissuance of existing retail cannabis licenses. The Task Force is also charged with advising the governor and legislature on policies that will facilitate social equity in the cannabis industry. The Task Force must submit a final report to the legislature and governor by Dec. 9, 2022.
Flowe Technology is a biotechnology company focused on the science of cannabinoids. Through application of patent pending technologies, Flowe is transforming the way infused consumer packaged goods are produced.
Makoso also discussed current and developing methodologies for extraction and infusion and their implications on product development during his presentation for Cannabis Products Exchange 2021. To view his presentation and others, visit cpx21.com.